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Biopterin - V5

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*** I can't describe how cool this formation is, you just have to see it for yourself. At the SW corner of this boulder, start on the bulge on the left side of the overhanging bulge with your right hand in the left-most pocket. Cross-over, head up, and pull over the top. It took me several tries to get the sequence right at the crux, so I was a little tired when I finally got it. The crux is definitely near the top-- I found it easiest to use a krimpy little guy... I'm sure other variations are possible... you could definitely make some tougher variations out of this. While figuring this problem out it feels like V5, but when I went back and did it again it may have been more like V4. This has some of the coolest natural holds, with pockets, slopers, and especially the big pinch. Great landings, but a little high and nerve-racking going over the top, so you may want to bring a pad anyway.

Submitted by: rugbynerd on 2006-04-17
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Route ID: 75206

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Red Point Red Point ascent by: rugbynerd on 2006-03-17 (View Climbing Log)

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This route is absolutely beautiful!! Super fun, took me about 10 tries only because of the top sequence.

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Added: 2006-03-17